DIRECT/INDIRECT SPEECH
280. (1) He said, “Honesty is the best policy.” (D.S.)                                         He said,       “Goodbye, my friends.” (D.S.)
             ̄         ̄                      ̄                                                     ̄       ̄             ̄              ̄
           Sub. Rep. V.                Proverb                                                 Sub. Rep. V. exclamation           Ob.
     He        said     that honesty is the best policy. (I.S.)                           287. (3) He exclaimed with joy that their team had
        ̄         ̄          ̄                       ̄                                                   ̄          ̄                     ̄        ̄       ̄
      Sub. Rep. V. Conj.                     Proverb                                                Sub.     Rep. V.              Conj.  Pro.     N.
      In I.S. there is no change in the Tense, if the Rep. Sent. is a Proverb.                 won the tournament. (I.S.)
281. (4) He         said     that      he intended to leave for Surat                                         ̄
             ̄          ̄          ̄       ̄         ̄                 ̄           ̄      ̄                          N.
            Sub. Rep. V. Conj. Pro. S. Past                    Inf. (to)   Prep. Ob.           had won — Past Per.
     that night. (I.S.)                                                                        He exclaimed, “Hurrah ! Our team has won the
             ̄                                                                                    ̄           ̄              ̄         ̄      ̄          ̄
        Ext. wd.                                                                               Sub.      Rep. V.        Inter.   Pro.    N.      Pr. Per.
     “I intend to leave for                  Surat tonight,”                                   tournament.” (D.S.)
       ̄        ̄              ̄           ̄         ̄            ̄                                         ̄
     Pro. S. Pr.         Inf. (to ) Prep. Ob.           Ext. wd.                                     N.
     he      said. (D.S.)                                                                 288. (4) His father said         that    it   was time he visited
        ̄         ̄                                                                                        ̄            ̄         ̄      ̄     ̄             ̄       ̄
     Sub. Rep. V.                                                                                      Sub.       Rep. V. Conj. Pro1 Aux.            Pro2   V.
282. (2) The teacher said to him, “Is poverty not a curse ?” (D.S.)                            his   uncle. (I.S.)
                    ̄              ̄          ̄        ̄        ̄                   ̄                  ̄        ̄
                  Sub.         Rep. V.      Ob Aux.         N.                 N.              Pro3    N.
     The teacher asked him                   if poverty was not a curse. (I.S.)                “It     is time you visited your uncle, “ said           his father. (D.S.)
             ̄                ̄           ̄       ̄          ̄             ̄             ̄              ̄       ̄          ̄        ̄        ̄       ̄       ̄            ̄
            Sub.          Rep. V.       Ob Conj.         N.         Aux.          N.            Pro1 Aux.        Pro2    V1     Pro3    N.    Rep. V.     Sub.
283. (2) The prisoner enquired if                     a lawyer had been                  289. (4) The project manager asked Vivek how much time
                    ̄                   ̄          ̄          ̄               ̄                      he would take to finish this project. (I.S.)
                  Sub.             Rep. V.    Conj.       N.           Past              290. (2) The ox said to the dog, “Do not sit here.” (D.S.)
     arranged             for     him. (I.S.)                                            291. (4) He said that he was writing a poem. (I.S.)
             ̄               ̄         ̄                                                    292. (3) He said that Asha had washed the clothes. (D.S.)
     Per. (Passive)      Prep.     Pro.                                                  293. (2) Martha said that she was going to Mexico next
     The prisoner asked, “Has                      a lawyer been arranged                       year. (I.S.)
             ̄                 ̄           ̄               ̄                                 294. (1) My mother wished me a happy and prosperous
           Sub.            Rep. V.     Q.wd.            N.                                      life. (I.S.)
     for       me ? ” (D.S.)                                                             295. (2) You asked me why I was talking so much. (I.S.)
        ̄         ̄        ̄                                                                296. (1) Sandy said that she had already written a letter to
     Prep. Pro.                                                                                 her family. (I.S.)
284. (2) Phila ordered her brother to turn down                                          297. (3) You said that they had been busy the whole day.
               ̄            ̄                 ̄              ̄           ̄
                              (I.S.)
             Sub.      Rep. V.            Ob1          Prep.     Phr. V.
                                                                                         298. (4) I told her that I would have written letters. (I.S.)
     the television and let her work in                           peace. (I.S.)
                                                                                         299. (2) I asked him whether he would go to Agra the next
               ̄               ̄  ̄  ̄                 ̄         ̄           ̄
                                                                                                day. (I.S.)
             Ob2             Conj.        Pro.     V.    Prepo2         N.
     Phila      said to her brother,             “Turn down            the television
                                                                                         300. (2) I asked him, “Where will you stay?” (D.S.)
         ̄            ̄                ̄                     ̄                    ̄           301. (3) He advised his son not to smoke. (I.S.)
       Sub.      Rep. V.          Ob1                  Phr. V.              Ob2          302. (3) She said that she would then take rest for some
     and let        me work           in    peace.” (D.S.)                                      time. (I.S.)
        ̄  ̄            ̄       ̄          ̄                                                  303. (4) The receptionist requested Umesh to be seated
     Conj.           Pro. Prep2       N.                                                        and to wait for his turn. (I.S.)
285. (1) You will say, “I              am      ill.” (D.S.)                              304. (1) He exclaimed, “What a graceful animal!” (D.S.)
              ̄          ̄         ̄         ̄       ̄                                        305. (3) Caroline asked if I would come to her party on
            Sub. Rep. V.        Pro. Aux. Adj.                                                  Saturday. (I.S.)
     You       will say that you are ill. (I.S.)                                         306. (4) Babu said that he had told his friends that I would
        ̄            ̄          ̄        ̄       ̄       ̄                                            be there. (I.S.)
     Sub.        Rep. V. Conj. Pro. Aux. Adj.                                            307. (3) He told me that he would have been digging the
286. (3) He bade his friends goodbye. (I.S.)                                                    ground for half an hour. (I.S.)
             ̄       ̄             ̄                 ̄                                       308. (4) Monica Cheng asked Roeun if he was going to
           Sub. Rep. V.         Ob.        exclamation                                          visit Germany. (I.S.)
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